What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- Jenny Peek reports on the politicized Democratic primary race for Wisconsin attorney general.
- Judith Davidoff reports on the lack of downtown housing for poor residents with disabilities.
- Joe Tarr explains why conservationists are upset with MGE's proposed rate changes.
- Dave Cieslewicz details the disastrous consequences of Gov. Scott Walker's high-speed rail decision.
- Aaron R. Conklin peeks inside Human Head Studios, the local company that developed the new videogame Minimum.
- Dean Robbins puzzles over the death of Hercule Poirot in Masterpiece Mystery!
- Gwen Rice examines some drama between the parent group Friends of West High Drama and the school's incoming principal.
- Gwen Rice is delighted by the duo behind the title roles in Music Theatre of Madison's Bonnie & Clyde.
- Gwen Rice enjoys the unorthodox vocal performances in Music Theatre of Madison's Miscast.
- Julia Burke talks with Annabel Lee, a local singer who was the breakout star of this year's MAMAs.
- Jessica Steinhoff examines how bluesman Big Bill Broonzy helped mend fences between Dave and Phil Alvin, set to play the High Noon Saloon.
- Kimberley Jones says Zach Braff's new film, Wish I Was Here, shows just how messy one's 30s can get.
- Scott Renshaw wonders why we're supposed to adore the ornery protagonist of And So It Goes.
- Kyle Nabilcy finds an excellent tap list and thin-crust pizza at Showboat Saloon in Wisconsin Dells.
- André Darlington reports on the resurgence of wine cocktails.
- Jason Krause talks with Middleton's Ben Wolf, who wants to take an RSS reader to new places.
- Tell All addresses Madison couples' X-rated behavior in public.
- Dan Seiter checks in with the Madison Radicals Ultimate team.